5 Top Offshore Oil Companies and their Future Outlook

December 2014
Offshore World;Dec2014, Special section p15
The article features the top five offshore oil companies worldwide. It provides brief overview of the key activities and offshore projects of Royal Dutch Shell PLC, Statoil ASA, Chevron Corp., Exxon Mobil Corp., and ConocoPhillips Co. It also mentions the financial performance of the said companies and their future outlook.


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